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Bucharest is a city rich with history dating back since the 15th century. The city has evolved since then and has become the cultural, industrial and financial capital of Romania, with advancements and a sophistication to rival those in Western European countries. Nearly 40 Museums of Bucharest dedicate themselves to displaying the works and inventions from around the world and of renowned Romanians in artisanry, architecture, art, archeology, and literature. Don’t miss a chance to know more of Romanian culture and history with these Bucharest museums.
Based on our stellar ratings, here we have the Bucharest museums that our customers enjoyed the most: 
  • Ceausescu Mansion: This posh mansion was the residence of the late dictator of Romanian Nicholae Ceausescu and his family between 1965-1989. Also known as the spring palace, this structure is known for its detailed wall tapestries, mosaics and designer furniture made from exotic woods. 
  • Grigore Antipa National Museum of Natural History: Built in 1834,  this Museum has seen numerous changes of administration and renovations over the years standing the test of time. This museum holds important exhibitions in biodiversity and ecology from the Danube Delta, the Black Sea, the Alpine bioregion to the forest-steppe areas of Oltenia and Moldova. There are temporary exhibitions as well, featuring presentations on the latest zoological discoveries.  
  • Museum of Senses: Get ready for a multisensory treat. This museum is laden with optical illusions, interactive and audio-visual experiences and exhibitions that are meant to challenge your sense perceptions. When you visit, make sure to check out the vortex tunnel, the infinity mirror room and the inclined room. 
  • Dimitrie Gusti National Village: This is an open air ethnographic museum that extends over 100,000 square meters. A creation of sociologist Dimitrie Gusti, the museum tries to showcase traditional Romanian village life through structures and artifacts from the 18th and 19th century.  
These Bucharest museums are sure to be an entertaining and informative experience for kids. We recommend getting Bucharest Museum tickets for: 
  • Grigore Antipa National Museum of Natural History: This is a very engaging museum, with its live-life permanent and temporary exhibits depicting animal biodiversity in ecological sensitive areas like black billed gull of the Danube Delta, and the fauna of alpine bioregion. You are sure to have a ‘wild’ time. 
  • Museum of Senses: Besides educating us, this museum can be downright fun. A place where nothing is as it seems, challenge your perceptual prowess with your kids with mind-bending exhibitions like the mirror library, the 2D room, the infinity tunnel and Ames room. 
  • Dimitrie Gusti National Village: Pretend that you are proud rural folk from 18th century Romania. Have a look at the rustic side, when times were simpler while discovering traditional farming implements, water supply, and what it was like to live in rural Romanian settlements. 
Skip the line tickets are available for the following museums in Bucharest - The National Village Museum, the Ceausescu Mansion and the Museum of Senses, Bucharest. A skip the the line ticket will allow to move past ticket and waiting queues and head right to the attraction. Here are some skip-the-line tickets you can avail of - Skip The Line Tickets: "Dimitrie Gusti" National Village Museum, Skip the Line Tickets to Ceausescu Mansion , Skip The Line Tickets: Museum of Senses
Guided tours are a great way of understanding monuments, exhibits and artifacts on display in a deeper sense by gauging their historical context. The guided tours we have on offer are for the Ceausescu Mansion and the Dimitrie Gusti National Village. Get add on features such as fast track access,  private tours and combo attractions with our Bucharest museum guided tours.  
Fast Track Guided Tour of the Ceausescu Mansion (Spring Palace), Private Sightseeing Tour of Bucharest With Village Museum Included, Bucharest City Sightseeing With Tour of Village Museum - Small Group. 
We have a free cancellation policy on all our Bucharest Museum tickets. This means that you can cancel with a full refund within the stipulated time allotted for doing so. 
At present there are no discounts available. But we do guarantee the best prices for our Bucharest Museum tickets. Also check out our combo tickets that give you the convenience of visiting two or more attractions at very affordable prices.  
Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum has to be the biggest museum in Bucharest. Sprawling over 100,000 square meters, this ethnographic museum is practically a village with a plentitude of rural buildings, structures and implements that date back to the 18th and 19th centuries. 
Curtea Veche, or The Old Princely Court Museum holds the position of the oldest museum in Bucharest. The Old Princely Court is a medieval building that was once the residence of Wallachian rulers and also the infamous Vlad the Impaler, also known as Vlad III Dracula. The exhibits include wall paintings, interior decorative elements and remnants of the water supply mechanism used in the buildings. 
For most museums in Bucharest, an entry fee is unavoidable. However, there are exception and these museums can be visited for free on these days:
  • Dimitrie Gusti’s National Village Museum: Free on the 26th of every month. 
  • The Museum of Art Collection: Free on the first Wednesday of every month. 
  • National Art Museum of Romania: Free on the first Wednesday of every month.
  • Admiral Vasile Urseanu Astronomical Observatory: Can be visited for free on the first Saturday of every month
  • Bucharest Municipal Museum: Free on the first Saturday of every month. 
  • George Enescu National Museum: This museum has free entry on the 16th of every month. 
Although museums do not usually allow photography, you can take photos in museums like  Ceausescu Mansion and the Museum of senses. Please make sure that you do not use flash when shooting.  
We recommend that you visit museums in Bucharest during the weekdays due to the surge of visitors that are expected around the weekends. The spring between April and May is noted to have the most pleasant weather and will be ideal in terms of weather. 
Most museums are closed on Christmas and New Year’s. Expect the 24th, 25th, 31st of December, the 1st of January and Easter to be blackout dates for museums in Bucharest.

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